Hello, Fig Inspired. Cry Of A Fox

As we say on this blog, art therapy is great for happiness. My favourite art is surrealism, Picasso, Dali, et al, my favourites are usually the contemporary art museums, the painting I am obsessed with at the moment is Bosch’s Pleasure Gardens. And no, not because he was Dutch 🙂

The sad thing is I can not draw. Or to rephrase, I believe I can not draw. Or even more precisely, I have not decided I can draw yet. Remember Picasso’s famous phrase that he can not draw but he does it anyway because that’s the only way to do it?

But I have concepts in my head. So I have to use various surrogate means, like collages and computer graphics (which I am also not too good at 🙂 ) to get whatever things are in my head out. You have to get them out, hence the therapy.

Above all I like conceptual art. The medium, how the art is delivered is not that important to me. I have recently found an art blog (Hello, Fig) that I quite liked, some works there made me smile. But what I also liked about that blog is how the creator experiments with the medium. Collages, brave rework of existing works, etc. Let it be an inspiration to us – everyone can make art. Just figure out the way that works for you.

I promised to share a work of mine which I thought Hello, Fig would like. Here it goes, Cry Of A Fox, inspired by several years in London.

Cry of a Fox

About lolkin

Nomad of the Universe, sailing through the unknown, learning to be happy and give happiness back
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1 Response to Hello, Fig Inspired. Cry Of A Fox

  1. lolkin says:

    i have no idea why the pic was reduced in size. well, i hope you can see it 🙂


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